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From: Equivalent glycemic load (EGL): a method for quantifying the glycemic responses elicited by low carbohydrate foods

Figure 2

Blood glucose responses elicited by different doses of white bread. A: blood glucose concentrations in n = 10 subjects after 0 (■), 5 (▲), 10 (), 20 (), 35 () and 50 g () carbohydrate; B: incremental areas under the curve (AUC) for data in panel A, solid line is non-linear regression through all points (AUC = 291 × (1-e-0.0233 g) + 7.84), dashed line is linear regression through 0, 5, 10 and 20 g points (AUC = 5.38 g + 10.9); C: blood glucose concentrations in n = 48 subjects after 0, 5, 10 and 20 g carbohydrate; D: AUC values for data in panel C, solid line is non-linear regression (1530 × (1-e-0.00306 g) + 8.79), dashed line is linear regression (AUC = 4.55 g + 9.14). Points are means ± SEM.

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